We are all neighbours

Dear neighbours,

Toronto Community Housing made real progress in 2015 in improving housing services for residents and in clearly showing the value of our housing and why investing in its future makes sense. Our homes are woven into every corner of the city. The state of our housing—a $9-billion public asset—matters to nearly every person who lives in Toronto.

2015 was a year where we made record levels of capital repairs to our buildings, enhanced collaboration and partnerships, and made real changes and improvements to living conditions for residents. It was also a year where we helped the Mayor’s Task Force, City Council and the public understand our financial challenges and the long-standing barriers we face.

In September, we released the Getting it done report, a robust set of actions in response to the Task Force’s call for real improvements for residents. We began right away to deliver these improvements and continue to do so in 2016. We closed 2015 with a refreshed board, an approved budget and a solid plan focused on repairing and renewing our housing, improving living conditions and how we deliver services to residents, and connecting residents to supports and opportunities through existing and new partnerships.

We are poised to deliver even more results for residents in 2016. And we will work closely with the City, the Mayor, Council and our many partners to find solutions that will put our company on a sustainable footing for the benefit of our residents and everyone who lives in Toronto.

Bud's Signature
N. W. (Bud) Purves

Chair, Board of Directors

Greg Spearn

President and CEO (Interim)